The multitalented team of instructors, which includes trainers certified in Agatsu Kettlebell and Commando Krav Maga, helps to strengthen hearts, bodies, and minds during self-defense, fitness, and fight courses. Instructors lead beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels of kettlebell fitness, a class that incorporates fundamental swings, cleans, snatches, and Turkish getups to simultaneously work several muscle groups at once.
The team also helps to build endurance by leading participants through Latin dance steps in Zumba and through a tapestry of kicks and punches in cardio kickboxing. Additionally, trainers helm courses in krav maga, a form of martial arts designed to increase confidence, protection, and Bruce Lee comparisons. Following a functional warm-up, instructors run through drills to teach students how to escape from chokes and disarm an opponent using lighting-quick pressure and weakness-point attacks.
Your appointment begins with a comfortable sit-down likely modeled after FDR's fireside chats, where Big Idea Clinic's leading back master, Dr. Tanase, will get to know you front to (more importantly) back. Tanase is a published author, MedHelp International's first chiropractic panel expert, and longtime member of numerous prominent chiropractic organizations, including the International Chiropractic Association, International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association, and the Upper Cervical Society—a testament to his lifelong dedication to his field, as well as a quirky penchant for joining clubs. His careful examination (total $165 value) will determine the best next step. If you need them or just like the way they tickle your pancreas, you will also receive x-rays (a $60 value).
We are now located at 111 W. Lockwood Ave. It's 3000+ sq. ft to play in. Along with a Private Room for 1 on 1 Pilates. 2 levels to provide lessons and classes, plus a full clothing boutique. Over 30+ Classes. Full Pilates Classes, Gyrotonic Expansion System, PILOXING and more
It's fitting that the Central Institute for Human Performance is located inside a restored high-school building. Since the original lockers still line the hallways and the Karel Lewit Clinic for rehabilitation sits in what used to be the administrative offices, the glossy walls and floors often remind visitors of their athletic dreams when they once strolled through their own high schools. While the rehabilitation clinic treats injuries and physical trauma, the immaculate and spacious gym helps athletes improve or maintain their physical well-being. Fitness instructors challenge their students through innovative, small-group classes such as Strongman workouts. The center's consulting team, which earned a nod from Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak, offers nutritional guidance and lifestyle coaching to help members reach their goals. Professional jerseys hang above modern equipment to further inspire athletes to dream big and remember to pick up their dry cleaning.
The staff of fitness experts at Best Body Fitness works with its clients to lose weight and tone muscles with training and nutrition. In addition to body-composition analysis and personal training, the staff also offers fitness classes such as Hard-Body Yoga, which combines the stretching of yoga with strength training.
• For $63, new members get a two-month household metro membership plus joining fee (a $252 total value). • For $42, new members get a two-month adult metro membership plus joining fee (a $166 total value). • For $15, current members get $30 toward a class or program.